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Our Services

CMHIP provides quality mental health services focused on sustaining hope and recovery. For over a century, we have treated our patients with dignity and respect. We are committed to serving as your premier resource and provider for mental health care.  There are four treatment programs at CMHIP:

 

The Admission Program provides quality psychiatric evaluation, treatment and recovery-oriented care in a safe and stimulating professional environment. The Program addresses the patients' behavior in the context of their mental illness, and employs Motivational Interview strategies and techniques. (104 beds)

 

The Restoration Program begins with knowing and understanding the patients, the of LEAP (Listen, Empathize, Agree and Partner), Verbal Defense and Influence, and restoration-specific activities and treatment. The mission of the Restoration Program is to work with all patients in such a way to develop the healthy, professional relationships that deliver the right service, at the right time, to the right patients. The Program develops treatment alliances that foster hope and self-determination, and creates opportunities for psychosocial treatments that address burdensomeness and lonesomeness. (72 beds)

 

The Cognitive Behavioral Program provides Dialectic Behavioral Treatment (DBT) in a therapeutic environment to assist persons diagnosed with comorbid mental disorders to both acquire and generalize skills to all environments, which helps them to meet their treatment goals and create a life worth living outside of the hospital setting. (116 beds, including the Adolescent and Circle Substance Use units)

 

The Psychosocial Program provides quality mental health services to those with chronic mental illness, often in the form of Schizophrenia/psychosis and or other Axis I disorders. The Program adopts a rehabilitative, recovery and re-educative based philosophy, with the goal of discharge to the least-restrictive community setting. The program is structured to reinforce socially desirable behaviors and interactions, improve vocational and leisure skills, reduce risk for future violence, teach skills useful in the management of mental health, and increase independent functioning. The program delivers interventions and programming informed by the Social Learning Program, an empirically validated program for the treatment of the chronically mentally ill. (159 beds, including the Geriatric units)